Nash's House was by far the most fascinating of the houses I visited whilst in Stratford. I purchased a basic ticket for entry into Shakespeare's Birthplace, Nash's House and New Place and Hall's Croft. The house itself is fascinating, but the gardens excel. The archaeological dig was extremely interesting and the informative and the staff happy to help and advise. Greg Wyatt's statues which stand in the garden are brilliant in themselves and the Mulberry tree magnificent. Definitely the most recommended of the three. Great visit for all ages and interests.
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